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. governor brown was joined by oregon and washington state governors this afternoon. they will combat climate change hoping to cut green house gas emissions from cars and industrial sources. british columbia is also part of the initiative. >> we could scale it up even more by being a regional player and compete with china in terms of manufacturing, with europe in terms of deploying by pooling our strengths and by linking our markets across western north america. >> governor brown says california is already a leader in clean energy. he hopes this partnership will make an even bigger change. >>> 26-year-old woman was killed in the driveway where the collision happened. police say it involves drink and driving. happened just after 2:30 this morning in front of some town homes. the driver, 27-year-old monica johnson of campbell has been arrested for vehicular panel slaughter and felony drunk driving. according to police, jonathan plowed into the victim and a garage door. that garage door smashed in, as you can see. candle stick sandra rose-buck pronounced dead at the scene. police say the
: but not everyone likes the bright red, yellow, blue, green and brown m&ms sold in the u.s. >> they are loaded with food dyes. >> reporter: michael jacobson is leading a campaign to convince the maker of m and ms to stop coloring the candy with artificial dyes like blue 1, yellow 5 and red 40. >> these food dyes trigger hyperactivity or other behavioral problems in children. >> reporter: the fda acknowledges that artificial dyes are a problem but only for some children. a report published two years ago found artificial dyes may exacerbate problems in children established to hyperactivity in other kids. however, that's already led to change in europe. products with artificial dyes there must carry a warning label. so to get around that, m&ms sold in europe are now colored with natural dyes that are a little less vibrant. >> why don't they do that here? why do we need chemicals? >> reporter: jacobson says it's largely about money. >> synthetic food dyes tend to be brighter, more stable and much cheaper than natural colorings. >> reporter: but many say it shouldn't be about money; it should be a
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